Grant Awarded by NSF, NIH and USDA NIFA
UT Researchers Receive $2.75 Million Grant to Investigate Movement of Amphibian Pathogens in Wildlife Trade Networks
UTIA Associate Professor Selected as Fulbright U.S. Scholar
Neelam Chandra Poudyal to Conduct Research on Sustaining Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Nepal
New Book Sets Standard for Managing Native Grass Forages
A New Book Available Through UT Extension Provides a Holistic Guide for Native Grass Producers
Step Outside: Identifying Habitat Needs of Female Tri-Colored Bats
In this episode of Step Outside, we speak with PhD student Ash Cable about her research to identify habitat needs of female tri-colored bats and to determine if this species is being affected by environmental contaminants.
Woods and Wildlife Field Day is October 21 in Oak Ridge
In-Person Event Geared Towards Forestry Management
Keyser to Present on Working Lands Conservation
Professor Patrick Keyser will present a seminar titled “Working Lands Conservation” on Wednesday, September 22.
Seed Planted for Franklin to Be First-ever Certified Smart Yard Community in Tennessee
Current Pilot Program Underway, Set to Expand Statewide
Floating Wetlands Launched at Third Creek
Green Infrastructure Project Emphasizes Larger Campus and Community Initiative
Frequency-dependent Transmission of Bsal in Eastern Newts
Newly published paper addresses transmission of the pathogen Bsal and how mathematical models are used to predict how the pathogen would spread among eastern newts.
PLOS Pathogens: Temperature affects susceptibility of newts to skin-eating fungus
Eastern newt populations in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada are at greatest risk of infection with a new skin-eating fungus, Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal), according to a study published February 18 in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens by Matthew Gray of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, and colleagues.